MLB Free Agency 2013: Playing Fact or Fiction with All the Hottest Rumors
The MLB free-agency class of 2013 continues to slowly get smaller and smaller. However, several major players are still left without a job, and rumors continue to flow about their possible employers for the 2013 season and beyond. But are these rumors fact or fiction? Technology has allowed fans to instantly access the latest news regarding free agency. Oftentimes, this “news” is more along the lines of speculation, proposed landing destinations and pure fantasy. Rumors regarding the available free agents left on the market continue to flow in great numbers. We will take a look at the most recent rumors and deem whether or not they are indeed fact or fiction. …MORE
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They’re the car crashes that make the headlines. An elderly driver hits the gas instead of the brake and slams into a crowd of people, or blithely turns left into the path of an oncoming car. In reality, the youngest drivers are much more of a threat. Older drivers may be indecisive, hobbled by declining reflexes and vision, but they tend to err on the side of caution. (See ” The oldest drivers in America .”) Not so drivers under 25, who take far more risks with speeding, drinking and texting